The house is very welcoming and cozy. Breakfast each morning was very yummy and plentiful, and we loved the fact that there was access to chocolates, hot drinks, and snacks all day long.
We stayed in the Iris Room, one of the largest and most private rooms. It has it's own entrance, it's own bathroom, a fireplace, and access to the living room. It is a beautiful room and we enjoyed relaxing in it--as long as no one else was around. This room is in the oldest part of the house, and unfortunately, whenever someone was upstairs the creaking of the floor and the running water through the plumbing would wake us up. We just took it as a part of the "old-house charm"... but if you want peace and quiet, this may not be the room for you (at least if the house is full of guests).
Other than that, we were very pleased with our stay.
This B&B is not walking distance from Middleburg... it's about a 5min drive. Going into town is recommended, but we also spent a lot of time driving through the countryside, to vineyards, past horse farms, and taking turns onto narrow gravel roads. The nearby region is charming and beautiful, even in the winter.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking